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Derrière le mot "Naqshband" se dressent deux idées: naqsh qui signifie " la gravure " et suggère graver le nom d'Allah dans le coeur, et bande qui signifie " le lien " et indique le lien entre l'individu et son créateur. Ceci signifie que le disciple de la Naqshbandi doit pratiquer ses prières et ses engagements selon le Saint Coran et la Sounnah du Prophète et maintenir la présence et l'amour d'Allah vivants dans son coeur par une expérience personnelle du lien entre lui et son Seigneur. ».

Cheikh Abdoul Khaliq Al-Ghoujdawani  a forger les expressions suivantes qui sont maintenant considérées les 11 principes de l'Ordre Soufi Naqshbandi :



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Ch Hisham Kabbani :: 23 mars 2005

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:: Sharing the baklava (Baklava is a dessert, a sweet pastry which tastes very nice with pistachio nuts.) ::

A learned foreign scientist came to Aksehir and said he wanted to challenge the wits of the most knowledgeable person in the city. And of course, the townsfolk called for our Hodja.
When Hodja arrived, the scientist drew a circle in the sand with a stick. Hodja frowned, took the stick, and divided the circle in two.
The scientist then drew another line through the circle that divided it into four equal parts. Hodja pretended to gather three parts toward himself and to push the remaining part toward the scientist.
The scientist then raised his arm above his head, and wiggling his extended fingers, he slowly lowered his hand to the ground. Hodja did exactly the same thing but in the opposite direction, moving his hand from the ground to a height above his head.
And, that completed the scientist's tests, which he explained privately to the city council.
- Your Hodja is very clever man, he began, I showed him that the world is round and he confirmed it but indicated that 'it also has an equator'. And when I divided the world into 4 parts, he indicated that it is Ɖ parts water and 1 part land', which I can't deny. Finally, I asked what is the origin of rain? He answered quite rightly that 'water rises as steam to the sky, makes cloud, and later returns to earth as rain.'
When they got him alone, the ordinary townsfolk asked the Hodja what the challenge was all about? Hodja said,
- Well, that other fellow first asked, 'Suppose we have this round tray of baklava? So, I said, 'You can't eat it all by yourself, you know. So, I'll take half.' Then he got a little rude, saying, 'What will you do if I cut it into 4 parts?' That upset me, so I said, 'In that case, I'll take three of the parts and only leave you one!' That softened him up, I think, because then, with the motion of his hand, he said, 'Well, I suppose I could add some pistachio nuts on top of the baklava.' I cooled down too and said, 'That's fine with me, but you'll need to cook it under full flame, because an ash fire just won't be hot enough'. When I said that, he knew I was right, and gave up the game.
:: Nasreddin Hodja ::
 
 
 
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